Louisiana, Alabama and Florida in the southeastern United States are experiencing a storm that has caused Two deaths Such as collecting New York Times.
Meteorologists in Mobile, Alabama received the following report: Cheer the size of baseball In some areas, the storm system moved to Florida.
From Friday night to early Saturday morning, the storm swept the south, killing two people in Louisiana, and carrying baseball-sized hail. To parts of Alabama The authorities said.
A 48-year-old man died of A tree fell at his home in Shreveport, Louisiana. The tree collided with a corner of the house where the man was. A woman who was also in the house was unharmed. The authorities said there was a strong wind when the tree fell. In addition, in the Diocese of St. Landry in Louisiana, A person died At least seven people were injured in the storm that hit the area.
Shortly after midnight, the National Weather Service issued a tornado watch to monitor parts of Louisiana and Mississippi, warning that it might happen “A pair of strong tornadoes”, Hail and wind up to 130 kilometers per hour.
Storms also appeared in Florida, and the Bureau of Meteorology issued a tornado warning Walton County, Located about 90 miles east of Pensacola, Florida.
Pictures circulating on the Internet after the Florida storm showed severe damage, including a house being razed to rubble and the roof of the house torn down. The video also shows a tornado near Panama City Beach.
Approximately 30,000 customers in Northwest Florida They are out of power According to Gulf Power, after the storm.
By late Saturday afternoon, the storm spread further eastward to Jacksonville, Florida. They seem to be weaker than the morning.